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Meanwhile I´am not the biggest HDR fan anymore. But here it was a good way to mark the sunrays at the horizon. So here it is. My first real HDR since I shoot with Canon. If you like it, please leave a :+fav: :-)
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IronMantis Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice picture. You might like some of these as well. [link]
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veinsofmercury Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009
Absolutely incredible! stunning photo.
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SteOS Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2009
Thank you :-)
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dansch Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
featured in my news article link
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SteOS Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2009
Wow, cool, thank you :-)
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dansch Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
welcome :hug:
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Lyndzie Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2008
So I know the basic concept for making HDR images :P but tell me, what was your process for this? I'm truly interested in making some HDRs of my own and I'd like to hear about it from someone who has experience :3
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SteOS Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
In this picture I used 5 different exposures. I merged them with photomatix and sharped it in PS. I you have more specific questions you can always ask me! :-)
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Lyndzie Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
Thanks hun :3 actually I do have a few: Where did you find this photomatrix and how does it work? Is it specifically for HDR? Do you have to have photoshop to run it?
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SteOS Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
yep it is. you can get a demo version of photomatix but the finished picture got a watermark. Otherwise you can buy it, or you can use a filesharing plattform for download. You don´t absolute need Photoshop you can get free tools for the postprocessing like gimp. With the new Photoshop CS3 you can merge HDR´s too, but I never tried it. And the programm isn´t really cheap :|
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